This episode is part of a special podcast seriesdiscussing “The Future of Health Care: Health Care Delivery and Consolidation Trends in 2020 and Beyond.” Join attorney Gary Herschman as he speaks with Barry Ostrowsky, President & CEO, RWJBarnabas Health, about how health care delivery will change in the years to come and how these changes will impact acquisition and development strategies and future consolidation trends moving forward.
Here’s a preview of some of what you’ll hear:
- “It is our job to make our communities healthier. Period. End stop.” – Barry Ostrowsky
- “Every consumer I've spoken to who's had a serious virtual consultation feels as though he or she gets more attention [from] the provider than otherwise in the office.” – Barry Ostrowsky
- “If you can take your iPhone and have yourself measured for a custom suit, why can't you have a 360 view of your home environment for purposes of those consultations? I think it's all coming.” – Gary Herschman
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